Sturgeon goes intergenerational
At the ripe old age of 19, Furman sophomore Christina Sturgeon is already “grappling with the idea of getting older.” How does she do it? By not forgetting the past. During her freshman year, the psychology and philosophy double major set up a program to forge relationships between Furman students and residents at The Woodlands at Furman retirement community. She describes the adopt-a-grandparent/adopt-a-grandchild program in a piece she wrote for Greenville Online.